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We would be deluding ourselves if we thought that evangelical thinking in our day has progressed very far.
Beyond the Maintenance MentalitySubscriber Access Only
Seminaries Need to Rethink Their Commitment to the Great Commission
Turning the World Rightside UpSubscriber Access Only
How to do away with the alibis of indifference and inaction.
Crowded ClassroomsSubscriber Access Only
Special emphases and upgraded recruitment portend growth for Christian colleges.
Extra-Curricular ActivitiesSubscriber Access Only
Is the NEA forfeiting classroom excellence for its own political agenda?
‘Cheap’ Degrees: Are They Worth It?Subscriber Access Only
Those who aspire to "easy" degrees hurt themselves and others.
The Student’s CallingSubscriber Access Only
College should be more than tomorrow's meal ticket.
The Bob Jones Decision: A Dangerous PrecedentSubscriber Access Only
You don’t have to be a racist to support BJU’s tax exemption
Today’s Seminary Students: Back to BasicsSubscriber Access Only
Many nonevangelicals are reaffirming the church's traditional style and spirit.
Church and Seminary: A Reciprocal RelationshipSubscriber Access Only
Seminaries need the church to provide models. Churches need the scholarship of the seminary.
Needed: A Strategy for AcademiaSubscriber Access Only
Special witness on the secular campus.
Should You Go to College?Subscriber Access Only
Helpful advice for prospective college students and those who counsel them.
Christian Cluster Colleges—Off to a Good StartSubscriber Access Only
New model for higher education.
Negroes and the Christian CampusSubscriber Access Only
New Paths in Christian Higher EducationSubscriber Access Only

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